Feb 11, 2013 1:00pm EST
bombshell raising an enormous number of questions today. pope benedict today becomes the first pontiff in 600 years to announce retirement. ahead, what is behind this move? what does it mean for the church and what about the near constant speculation that the time may be near for the first american pope? and he may be one of the greatest heroes of our time and we're finally hearing his side of the story. we will bring you the first interview with the man who fired the shot that killed usama bin laden. >> tonight, i can report to the american people and to the world the united states has conducted an operation that killed usama bin laden the leader of al-qaeda, a terrorist responsible for the murder of thousands of men, women and children. puts all the things we love about sunday meals into each of her pot pies. like tender white meat chicken and vegetables in a golden flaky crust that's made from scratch. marie callender's pot pies. it's time to savor. >> we're back now to the developing manhunt for an ex-lapd officer turned triple murder suspect. christopher dorner is consider
Feb 12, 2013 10:00am PST
benedict. we're live from the vatican, what is going to happen with the first pope to step down from 600 years. if skydiving makes you squeamish, and wait until you hear about this man's experience, his chute malfunctioned and he fell 13,000 feet while unconscious, we've got the amazing story. yes, he survived. >> we have some terrifying new video to show you that captures the heart stopping moment when a california sky diver realized there was a problem with his parachute. there was a problem high above the earth, and caused the man to black out 13,000 feet above. and trace gallagher, i'm nervously thinking about it. >> reporter: he had been skydiving for two years and this was his 30th freefall and document today document the thing with a go-pro video camera, right, and jumpings out of the plane and exhilarated you can see that he's very excited when he begins this freefall. and he's at 13,000 feet, right? you can hear him screaming and then, he suddenly gets a jolt. and the parachute opened up and you can hear him later kind of talking outloud. thinking to himself. if you will tha
Feb 13, 2013 10:00am PST
benedict's resignation, faced with a problem it hasn't had in nearly 600 years. our own shepard smith is live at the vatican next. [applause] [ female announcer ] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day 50+. >> well, the cat arthritic-- the catholic church has a problem, how it plans to deal with the unusual circumstance having two popes alive at the same time. shepard smith is live in rome. so, shep, what will the catholic church do with two popes, like a retired ceo calling up the new guy, i wouldn't have done it that way. >> they hope not and they will not be the case here. according to the church. the current pope will step aside actually on the 28th of this month and go to a papal retreat and at eight o'clock the papsy ends and 15th of march or so, give or take, call the cardinals in, elect a new pope and the new pope will be the new pope and that's it. the other problem, pope benedict will still write a
Feb 28, 2013 10:00am PST
historic moment for the catholic church, not seen in 600 years. in justice moments, pope benedict xvi will step down officially as head of the roman catholic church and right now he is spending his final moments as pope at the castle gandolfo outside of rome. air looking at live pictures of the castle, the swiss guard, they have protected the pope for five centuries, different popes for five centuries, think of it, standing outside the door. at 2 p.m. eastern time, pope's resignation will take effect. the bells will chime, the doors will shut, and the swiss guards will walk off duty one of the few signs that pope benedict is no longer the pope and a new leader. fox contributor, father jonathan morris joins us live from rome. good to see you. put it in perspective what we're seeing and what's about to happen. >> sure, in just a few minutes as you said, megyn, the catholic church, 1.2 billion members will not have a pope. this is a period called the interragnum one pope usually dies or one resigns and the cardinals meet to elect a new pope and that won't begin for several days now.